HUNDREDS of balloons were released into the sky last night to pay tribute to Drumchapel man Dean Shades.

Green, white and gold balloons where let off by friends and family in memory of the Celtic fan.

Crowds of people gathered at Olivers in Drumchapel to pass on their final respects.

Reece Higgins said: "Doesn’t even feel anywhere near real to say RIP to you right now so I won’t. Wherever you are Deano I’ll see you again. I love and miss you so much brother. Even though your gone we’re still a team."

Alana Little posted this video on Facebook with the caption: "All for you Dean Shades."

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Dean Shades was discovered by police inside a property on Carolside Drive, in Drumchapel at 12.30am, on Sunday morning.

Officers confirmed that they are not treating the death as suspicious.

An online fundraiser set up for the popular Drumchapel man smashed its £1,500 target in only four hours and has currently raised over £10,600.

Friends, family and members of the public have been flooding social media with tributes, including Still Game star Ford Kiernan.

In a video posted on Twitter, the actor said: "Hi there, it's time to keep your chin up. There's only one Deano."

We previously reported that the newly appointed Celtic boss, Neil Lennon, also paid tribute in a video posted online.

In the video, Lennon says: "This is for Dean's family. I'd like to pass on my condolences, it must be a hard time for you. You'll never walk alone. Only one Dean Shades."

A spokeswoman for Police Scotland said: "At approximately 12.30am on Sunday, March 3, the body of a 25-year-old man was found. Officers were called to a property on Carolside Drive, in Drumchapel, Glasgow.

“Officers are treating the death as not suspicious. A post mortem will take place in due course. Report will be submitted to procurator fiscal."

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